Faculty and Student Presentations at APA 2013
Dr. Mindi Thompson chaired a symposium entitled, "Unemployment in Vocational Theory, Research, and Practice" and presented a poster paper with Pa Her and Rachel Nitzarim entitled, "Understanding Hope As a Motivating Factor in Undergraduate Students’ Academic and Career Development."
Dr. Carmen Valdez presented as part of an Invited Symposium on evidence-based practices for immigration and acculturation issues in youth a paper entitled, "Family Approach to Reducing Immigration and Acculturative Stress Among Latino Families and Youth."
Dr. Sanchez presented as part of a Symposium on pathways to leadership for early career psychologists given his multiple roles in APA leadership.
Drs. Minami and Wampold presented as part of a symposium on interpersonal influences and processes in psychotherapy a paper entitled, "Modeling Psychotherapy Treatment Progress and Therapeutic Alliance in Natural Clinical Settings."
Dr. Hoyt presented a poster paper entitled, "Effects of Analytic Choices on Conclusions in Meta-Analysis: A Case in Point."
Dr. Paul co-chaired a Roundtable Discussion addressing prevention and LGBT communities.
Dr. Gloria's research team (Pa Her, Shee Yee Chang, Pahoua Thao, Ker Thao, Maimoua Xiong, Pa Tou Vue, Michelle Xiong, Hnub Vang, Rose Yang, Mayta Lor, and Saengthong Douangdara) presented a poster paper entitled, "Hmong Parents Self-Efficacy, Role, and Knowledge of Their Child’s Education."